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It is the other way around. You are trying to install this package into a project that targets '.NETFramework,Version=v4.5', but the package does not contain any assembly references or content files that are compatible with that framework. This lists two facts: Your project is .NET 4.5 based. The package ('Win2D 0.0.10') is incompatible with .NET ...


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I have eventually fixed my issue by following Graham's suggestion on my question on his post Installing SQL Server Data Tools – Business Intelligence for Visual Studio 2012 by taking scorch earth approach and uninstalling every single edition of SQL that I had on my PC. The whole thing basically boils down to these three simple steps, Uninstall every SQL ...


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From what I understand of your question, you're missing a key piece: Ranges have properties like Left, Top, Right, and Width just like images do. Here's a function that takes in a Range object as a parameter, prompts the user to select images, and then fits the images into that range. Key Point: Based on your request, it is written so that aspect ratio is ...


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Licensing. They're probably doing license validation server-side to prevent binary tampering. I know for a fact Visual Studio and AutoCAD does. Not sure about Word. Don't be offended, but you're probably not all that interesting for them to watch anyway.


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The instructor is Running the application (Ctrl + F5) initially, rather than debugging it. When a debugger is attached (eg you launch the application with F5 or by hitting the green play arrow), you have to stop debugging before you can rebuild, and when you debug again, or restart, the changed version will open in a new tab. When you run an application ...


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There solved it for me: From the SQL Server DVD (or ISO) Run this: D:\redist\VisualStudioShell\VS10sp1-KB983509.msp This will detect other anomalies with regards your VS10 requirements and fix all as required. I was able to launch my SSMS 2012 even part way through the fix.


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If you have ReSharper installed (and using VS without it is/was tedious), you can assign a single key to the command ReSharper.ReSharper_LineComment. For instance, I bind the keyboard shortcut Ctrl-K, Ctrl-C to the command, and then if I use it on a line that is uncommented, it comments it, and if the line is commented, it will uncomment it.



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